A croupier, or dealer, works on the casino floor. They are responsible for managing the games at their table including welcoming players, explaining rules and calculating payouts. The ability to make fast mental calculations, self-confidence and good people skills are essential. All gaming staff are licensed by the Gambling Commission and work under the supervision of an inspector whose role is to ensure that gaming regulations are adhered to.
From chefs and customer service assistants to licensed gaming staff and ‘fast-track’ managers, there are numerous opportunities for those considering a career in the industry.
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Casino employees will have to apply for a personal functional licence (PFL) if they are involved in gaming or handling cash in relation to gambling.
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